1853 July 26 Letter to Alfred Beanland

Title

1853 July 26 Letter to Alfred Beanland

Description

Details on how to get assistance to Emigrate

Type

Correspondence

Sender

Brigham Young

Recipient

Alfred Beanland

Date

1853 July 26

Location

Great Salt Lake City
Princeton, Mercer County, Virginia

Subject

Perpetual Emigration Fund
Inquiry

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G. S. L. City July 26, 1853
Mr. Beanland
Your letter of May lst reached me on the 21st inst. and as you request I answer by the first Mail
The calls of the poor Saints for assistance to come to this place are numerous and and with me never fall on a deaf ear, for it is always the cries of <the> poor, but you are a stranger to me, and in this Territory.
Should you still desire I know of no better
way than for you to put your and
go to St Louis where there is branch of our Church
and an authorized agent to and wishes of the Destitute, and the necessary assistance to suchas prove worthy, that they may reach here by means of the Emigrating P. F. Company on their arrival replace the cost of their transportation at the earliest reasonable date, that in turn may others in like situations.
Praying the Lord to guide you, and bless you
with all needful blessings.
I Remain
Truly your Brother in the Gospel
Mr Alfred Beanland
Princeton Brigham Young
Mercer County
Virginia

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G. S. L. City July 26, 1853

Mr. Beanland

Your letter of May lst reached me on the 21st inst. and as you request I answer by the first Mail

The calls of the poor Saints for assistance to come to this place are numerous and and with me never fall on a deaf ear, for it is always the cries of <the> poor, but you are a stranger to me, and [loss] in this Territory.

Should you still desire [loss] I know of no better
way than for you to put your [loss] and [loss]
go to St Louis where there is [loss] branch of our Church
and an authorized agent to [loss] and [loss] wishes of the Destitute, and the necessary assistance to suchas prove worthy, that they may reach here by means of the Emigrating P. F. Company on their arrival replace the cost of their transportation at the earliest reasonable date, that [loss] in turn may [loss] others in like situations.

Praying the Lord to guide you, and bless you
with all needful blessings.

I Remain
Truly your Brother in the Gospel

Brigham Young


Mr Alfred Beanland
Princeton
Mercer County
Virginia